|Unmerciful Crushing Force |
I, for one, welcome our new ant overlords.
although slightly fascinating, i own a crested gecko and this makes me feel sorry for him.
+1 for ant jousting
I was going to give it a 4 otherwise.
> afterwards the ants move the bones around for some weird
Just a guess, but I think they're trying to eat the spinal column and/or marrow.
I like to think there's one ant holding the skull up over his head, running around with it, shouting "Look at me! I'm a gecko!"
needs Dem Bones tag
It's ANT-TASTIC! Where were they going with the skull? Perhaps they will build a throne for their queen with the bones.
|Caminante Nocturno |
You guys quit screwing around with those bones and get back to work!
God damn summer hires.
|Big Beef Burritos Supreme |
This explains the tiny Bone Church in my back yard.
so that's what happened to gex...
Fuck I HATE ants!
FOR THE SWARM!
They try to shove a bone through the eye socket at one point.
What the hell, ants? Whants.
Protect the queen!
Which one is the queen?
I'm the queen!
No you're not!
|B. Weed |
Just think how much cooler that scene in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull *could've* been...
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
The bone moving is their way of signaling to the camera that they are ready for their close-up.
Chamillitary MANG! Dunno, that seemed to pop in my head when I saw the preload image.
-1 for no Yakkity Sax
was the gecko freeze-dried or something? those fuckers didn't spill a drop
I like the "dance of the being eaten by ants" that it appears to perform.
|joffe b |
this is actually being shown in reverse for shock value. Originally it was a film of benevolent ants BUILDING a gecko.
Was anyone else slightly reminded of Sesame Street by that? Good ol' time lapse.
WOW GUYS THIS ACID IS GREAT.
|Spastic Avenger |
Jan Svankmajer's latest film is certainly up to scratch.
what do they think they're gonna do with that skull? honestly
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